Smart Buildings Show 2022

Smart Buildings Show aims to connect visitors to the latest information and technology in the smart buildings industry.

It will give visitors the information they need to arrive at an informed decision on how to make their buildings more economic for owners and more functional for occupiers.

Bluetooth is the registration sponsor of the conference.

Participating Sessions:


Edward Lees
Global Head of Technical Product Development – Digital Solutions & Services

Description:The current general perception of intelligent lighting is that it is more a burden than an opportunity. To energy managers they are energy hungry items that must be tamed. To a facilities manager it is an infrastructure that is often neglected, difficult to manage, impossible to program and re-program and is expensive to maintain. To building owners they are depreciating assets with limited value beyond their primary function of delivering light. The digitalisation of light and using technologies such as qualified Bluetooth mesh is challenging the paradigm of the role of lighting in the intelligent building and changing the perception of lighting from burden to tremendous opportunity. In this presentation, let us show you how qualified Bluetooth mesh enabled lighting can deliver rich, insightful data from all over your building and pave the road to a world of opportunity.

Date and Time: 12 October, 15:15 BST

Location: Controls Theatre


Ewa Spohn
Product Manager

Description:Designed specifically for professional lighting applications, Bluetooth mesh is the first communication standard that brings wire-like reliability to wireless control systems. Once deployed, a Bluetooth mesh-based lighting network can provide the infrastructure for both lighting and non-lighting services, effectively acting like the building’s nervous system. Smart buildings are becoming an element of competitive advantage for commercial building owners, driven by the ability to use the data generated to improve energy performance and enhance the experience of the people who work in them. For this to happen, integration with external systems is key and this is where APIs play an important role. Public APIs allow customers to access the data from their Bluetooth mesh lighting networks in real time, connect these networks with other building automation and management (BMS) systems, and build completely new applications on top of them. In addition, as an open standard, Bluetooth mesh opens the door to achieving the interoperability that is needed for truly smart buildings. In my presentation I will describe how the APIs work and give some examples of services that can be built using them.

Date and Time: 13 October, 13:45 BST

Location: Controls Theatre

Related Resources:

Smart Buildings Resource Center

2022 Bluetooth Market Update

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